Michael Douglas’ $32 Million Spanish Island Estate Is For Sale And The Photos Make Gordon Gekko Look Like A Poor

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Here’s an idea internet stranger: Why don’t we both empty our pockets and put in an offer for Michael Douglas’ cliffside villa in the Balearic Islands of Spain. I’ve got like $400, if you can cover the remaining $32.38 million.

Douglas bought the Mallorca property back in 1990 with his then-wife Diandra Luker for $3.5 million and has been trying to get it off his hands for five years now after listing it in 2014 for $60 million.

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Via Architectural Digest:

The estate spans an impressive 250 acres and includes a whole assortment of buildings and structures, including two cottages and five apartments with a total of 10 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, a home theater, an outdoor heated pool, a library, a game room, an outdoor kitchen, a wine cellar, and even a vineyard. Douglas previously called the residence his “spiritual home,” but it seems the home is no longer serving that same purpose. “My life has taken a new course,” Douglas says in the video, “and now it’s time for me to let someone else enjoy he privilege and adventure of owning S’Estaca.” Under Douglas’s ownership, the property has hosted a litany of A-list guests, including Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Jack Nicholson.

In an effort to promote the property, Douglas himself did a voice over for a video detailing what the estate has to offer.

The photos of this place are just silly.

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What happens if you really want it but really can’t afford it? Who do I have to sex around here?

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